Maramures

Maramureş

 

a district in northern Rumania, in the Eastern Carpathians. Area, 6,200 sq km. Population, 465,400 (1971). The administrative center is Baia-Mare. The industry of Maramureş, accounts for approximately 2 percent of the country’s gross industrial output and 1.3 percent of its agricultural output. A significant part of the country’s nonferrous metals are produced in the district. Corn, wheat, oats, flax, hemp, and potatoes are grown, and there are apple orchards in the foothills (the area is first in the number of apples harvested). In 1970 there were 141,000 head of cattle, 69,500 hogs, and 234,000 sheep in Maramureş.

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2, Sector: -, Judet: Maramures, Localitate: Targu Lapus, Cod Postal: 435600
Luckily, the County Council of Maramures was very open to my ideas and fully supported my participation at the 5th WCF.
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Transylvania, Crisana, Banat and the Maramures area.
This will happen in the context of an overall growth of Romania's domestic tourism this year, according to the same source.Most of the foreign tourists who buy accommodation in local rural guesthouses come from neighboring countries such as Hungary as well as Germany, France (especially individual tourists), Israel but also Japan (groups).The most popular Romanian regions for rural tourism are Brasov (Bran-Moieciu, Fundata, Rasnov, Cristian), Bucovina, Maramures and Marginimea Sibiului.
In 1944 the Soviet Union invaded Romania, and by 1948 the prison was used for political dissidents, mainly students and peasants from Maramures. In the 1950s, dignitaries from all over the country were transported to Sighet, most of them over sixty years old and working as ministers, academics, military officers, journalists, politicians, historians, bishops, Greek and Roman Catholic priests, and economists.
In 2002, Maramures had 55.7% from the total Ukrainian population, followed by Suceava (13.9%), Timis (12%), Caras-Severin (5.8%), Arad (2.8%), Satu Mare (2.5%) and Tulcea (2.1%).
The firm is to invest EUR23m in the 9.9-megawatt plant to be located on the Sapanta river in the Maramures region.
A second blast at the building several hours later injured another ten people, said Cornel Babut, spokesman for the local Maramures emergency office.
From 1996 to 2004, he lived with peasants and Roma, making his home amid the remote Carpathian Mountains in the northern region of Maramures, between Transylvania and Ukraine.
The papers deal with overarching questions of the national formulation and implementation of the policy; different regional experiences of collectivization; the relationship between Soviet geo-political interests and national and regional factors in the collectivization of Dobrogea; the role of ethnicity in the collectivization of the Banat region; collectivization, communist authority, and class in the Maramures region; resistance to collectivization in the Sibiu region; persuasion techniques and community reactions in Corund; and social relations on a model agricultural collective, among other topics.